2023 - 2024 Season
Tickets available soon at singletarycenter.com.
Blood at the Root, photo by Mark Cornelison
by C.P. Taylor
November 9 – 12, 2023, Guignol Theatre
Professor Halder, a scholar of German literature, is a good man. People tell him so. Even as they come to him to burn his books. Set in 1930s Germany, GOOD explores the creeping growth of fascism as it trickles poison into the ear and points at the 'others' and tells us 'they are the problem.' The good professor must make some choices to protect his books. To protect his life. GOOD is a fever dream that examines how self-preservation can lead to self-destruction. "If I am not for myself, then who is for me?" says Halder.
Produced by special arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, Illinois
by Kate Hamill
adapted from the novel by Louisa May Alcott
November 16 – 19, 2023, Guignol Theatre
"You can be lonely in a crowd, if it's not the right crowd," says Jo in this sparkling stage version of Louisa May Alcott's beloved novel about the March sisters. Playwright Kate Hamill (The Wall Street Journal 2021's Playwright of the Year) honors the spirit of Alcott's original story while freshly interpreting it for a new era. This adaptation will have audiences falling in love with Jo, Meg, Beth, and Amy all over again as they grow from young girls to little women.
LITTLE WOMEN was commissioned and originally produced by the Jungle Theater
(Sarah Rasmussen, Artistic Director),
New York City premiere at Primary Stages
(Andrew Leynse, Artistic Director; Shane Dr. Hudson, Executive Director; Casey Childs, Founder),
Developed at the Colorado New Play Festival, Steamboat Springs, June 2018
February 2 – 4, 2024, Guignol Theatre
We’ve returned home. Home to the studio, to the theatre, to creating, sweating, dancing, and witnessing the magic of movement. Home provides a venue for Students to perform faculty, guest artist and student choreography, which embraces a variety of forms. Through Irish Step Dance, Contemporary Ballet, Hip-Hop, Modern and Dance Theatre, UK Dance celebrates Home as verb, not a concept.
by Jackie Sibblies Drury
February 29 – March 3, 2024, Briggs Theatre
The 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Drama winner FAIRVIEW follows the Fraiser family as they prepare for their Grandmother's perfect birthday. But as the perfect party becomes increasingly difficult to pull off, is anything as it seems? This dazzling play, part comedy, part searing satire, is full of surprises. The Pulitzer Committee called FAIRVIEW "a hard-hitting drama that examines race in a highly conceptual, layered structure, ultimately bringing audiences into the actors' community to face deep-seated prejudices."